ONE of Jeremy Corbyn’s closest allies has been criminialized from visiting Ukraine since of his links to a Putin regime, it was reported today.
Andrew Murray, an ex-communist who works in a Labour leader’s office, is on a blacklist drawn adult by Ukraine’s government.
It comes after he regularly sided with Russia over a bootleg function of Crimea and eastern Ukraine – and claimed pro-freedom demonstrators were indeed fascists perplexing to destabilise a country.
Mr Murray denies being partial of a “propaganda network” and insists he had no skeleton to revisit Ukraine anyway.
The far-left activist, before a member of a Communist Party of Britain, works for a Unite kinship though has been seconded to Mr Corbyn’s office.
He helped launch a organisation called Solidarity with a Antifascist Resistance in Ukraine in 2014, when a nation was consumed in polite fight stoked by Vladimir Putin.
Russia illegally seized Crimea from Ukraine and upheld a advance of far-reaching swathes of a country’s easterly – afterwards blamed a predicament on “fascists”.
Mr Murray’s organisation corroborated a Kremlin’s evidence – he told supporters that Britain was holding a side of fascism and suggested a sharpened down of moody MH17 was down to “propaganda”.
The Mail on Sunday reported that Ukraine’s supervision has released a matter banning Mr Murray from visiting a nation for 3 years.
The country’s confidence use said: “We done a preference to anathema a opening of a citizen of Great Britain starting from Jun 2018 for 3 years formed on a law of Ukraine about a authorised state of unfamiliar citizens… in sequence to safeguard a inhabitant confidence of Ukraine.”
A orator for Mr Murray told a paper: “Andrew totally rejects a idea of being partial of a supposed promotion network and is a revisit censor of Putin and his government.
“He has never been to Ukraine, nor has any skeleton to revisit a country.”
It was suggested progressing this year that he was operative in Parliament but carrying a correct confidence clearway from Commons authorities.
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